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Full text of "The Echo : Canton High School"

CANTO- . -vAJRY 

CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 






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by the 




Senior Class 




of 




Canton High School 



CANTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



Foreivord 




Each member of the class of 1957 has walked 
a pathway since he entered Canton High School. 
For us now the last mile of our trail is finished. 
We come to the parting, the fork in the road, 
where soon we will be scattered by the winds of 
destiny. Ahead, we cannot see around the curves 
and bends of fate. In time, youth will be so distant 
that we will not be able to visualize it. This year- 
book can be used as a form of binoculars to bring 
back memories of people and activities that would 
otherwise be forgotten far behind. Once again we 
will remember the friends, sports, clubs, parties, 
laughs, and worries that seemed so important. We 
will turn toward the future with a true apprecia- 
tion of the experiences shared and the knowledge 
gained during the happy trip through our teen- 
age years. 




ADMINISTRATION 
SENIORS - 
UNDERCLASSMEN 

ATHLETICS 

ACTIVITIES ~. 



AlWFRTISEMENTS 



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MISS MADELINE C. O'DONNELL 



Dedication 

We, the graduating class of 1957, hereby 
dedicate our yearbook to Miss Madeline 
O'Donnell who for past years has been an 
ardent worker and advisor for our yearbooks. 
We make this dedication in recognition of 
the kindly interest she has taken in us through- 
out our high school years, of the extra time 
she has spent to help us make a success of 
our class activities, of her friendly attitude 
and tolerant understanding, and of her untir- 
ing efforts to make us keener students and 
better citizens. 




Superintendent 




SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE 

Competitive forces are ever on the increase; superior ability, plus ambi- 
tion and determination are required of those who will succeed in their 
chosen vocation. 

In life, as in athletics, strong competition is a challenge which brings out 
our best qualities. Make the most of your educational opportunities, meet the 
challenge and emerge victorious. John Glenn 

Superintendent of Schools 





MARGARET L. AHEARN 



MARY C. GALLIVAN 



Principal 




PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 



May I take this opportunity to wish each and every senior success in his 
or her future endeavor, whether it be in the fields of higher education, the 
business world, or the military services. If you keep striving with much 
initiative for a good, sound objective, you will obtain a full and enjoyable 
life. 

William E. Donovan 




Assistant Principal 
MRS. GERTRUDE M. DANA 



Secretary 
MRS. MARION BERTELETTI 



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GEORGE P. CARNIE 

B.S., Bates College; Algebra, Math. 



RALPH S. CLOUGH 

B.S. ED, Fitchburg State Teachers 

College; Math. 



NANCY B. COLE 

A.B., Pembroke College and Brown 

University; English. 




GERTRUDE M. DANA 

A.B.. Boston University; Math. 



HUBERT W. DOWSON 
A.B., Tufts; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity; Latin. English. 



OLIVE P. DUGGAN 

Quincy Hospital: School Nurse. 



GEORGE H. FARNHAM BARBARA C. FIORE ROBERT E. GIBSON 

Rhode Island School of Music; A.B.. Emmanuel College; Biology, B.S. ED.. Boston University; Physi- 




MARILYN E. GLYNN 

B.S. ED., Massachusetts School of 

Art ; Art. 



ROBERT W. HAGGLUND DAVID E. HAINES 

M. ED., Springfield, Massachusetts; M. ED.. Bates College; U. S. His- 

Music. tory, English. 




LUCILLE T. KELLEY 

B.A.. Emmanuel College; Science. 



RITA LINCOLN 

B.S.. Boston University; Bookkeep- 
ing. Business Law. 



FREDERICK M. MacDONALD 
A.B., Boston University; Democracy, 
World History. 





MADELINE C. O'DONNELL 
B.B.A., Boston University; Com- 
mercial Subjects. 



CLARE M. ROACH 

M. ED., Boston Teachers College 

English. 



FREDERICK J. WELCH 
M. ED., University of Massachu- 
setts; Cuidance. 



LEONARD HASSOL 
B.A., Brooklyn College; School Ad- 
justment Counselor. 



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Senior Class Officers 




President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 

KEVIN CARROLL PAULINE TOOMEY MARY ISBELL IRVING GOLDBERG 



Senior Class Advisors 




RALPH CLOUGH ROBERT TIGHE 




HELEN ABERNATHY "Hel" 


JAMES ALEXANDER "Jim" 


CAROL AMBROCEO "Beaut" 


Pet peeve: Telephone Poles 


Pet peeve: Homework 


Pet peeve: School in general 


Favorite expression: "Love ya" 


Favorite expression : "You're real gone." 


Favorite expression : "What a doll!" 


Usually found: Arguing 


Usually found: Drawing 


Usually found : in Dedham 


Noted for: Loquaciousness 


Noted for: Artistic Ability 


Noted for: Gaiety 


Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; 


Baseball 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Magazine 


Glee Club 1; Driver Training 4; Year- 


Driver Training 3; Yearbook 4; Junior 


3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Soph- 


book 4; Magazine 4. 


Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 


omore Hop 2. 




Student Council 2, 4; Pro Merito 




Award 3. 






JOAN ANDREWS "Joanie" 


ROBERT BANTIC "Bobby" 


ADELE BARONAS "Delia" 


Pet peeve: Bus rides 


Pet peeve: Chemistry 


Pet peeve: Driving 


Favorite expression: "I don't care" 


Favorite expression : "Hi Babe" 


Favorite expression : "Oh No" 


Usually found: Cooking 


Usually found: Blueberry Hill 


Usually found: Indian Line Farm 


Noted for: Singing 


Noted for: Pedila 


Noted for: Quietness 


Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 


Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior 


Driver Training 4; Mirror Magazine 3; 


Yearbook 4. 


Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 


Pro Merito 3. 




Junior Ring Committee 3. 







DOROTHY BARSS "Dotty" 

Pet peeve: Pests 

Favorite expression: "I don't care" 
Usually found: At the Strand 
Noted for: Long brown hair 
Driver Training 3. 



WALTER BEAUMONT 

"Rusty" 

Pet peeve: School 

Favorite expression : "We're back again' 
Usually found: Milton 
Noted for: Red hair 



ANTHONY BERARDI "Tony" 
Pet peeve: French 

Favorite expression: "Let's go hunting" 
Usually found: Playing basketball 
Noted for: Subtle Humor 
Football 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee 
Club 1 ; Driver Training 4. 



ROBERT BERARDI "Bobby" 
Pet peeve: Cigarettes 
Favorite expression : "Come on you 
guys" 

Usually found: Strand Theater 
Noted for: Good looks 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 
Freshman Frolic 1; Class Officer 1. 



ELAINE BERTELETTI 

Laine 
Pet peeve : No car 
Favorite expression: "Just joshing" 
Usually found: Cheering at all school 

games 
Noted for: Quick smile 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; Driver Training 3; Year- 
book 4; Magazine 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1 ; Pro Merito 3 ; Class Offi- 
cer 2. 



JOHN BROOKS "johnny" 
Pet peeve: Staying at home 
Favorite expression: "Be good" 
Usually found: Greenhouses 
Noted for: Jive Talk 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Sophomore 
Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 






ELEANOR BULLOCK "Ellie" 

Pet peeve: Conceited boys 
Favorite expression : "What a hot 
ticket!" 

Usually found: In a noisy crowd 
Noted for: Popularity 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1; Driver Train- 
ing 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 
2; Freshman Frolic 1; Junior Ring 
Committee 3. 



ELIZABETH BUTLER "Betty" 

Pet peeve: Rushing to work 
Favorite expression: "Don't be silly" 
Usually found: With Booty and Bonnie 
Noted for: Good nature 
Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Maga- 
zine 3; Yearbook 4. 



FRANCIS CAFASSO 

Pet peeve: Typing 

Favorite expression: "Holy jumping cat- 
fish" 

Usually found: Canton Diner 
Noted for: Intelligence 
Glee Club 1; Driver Training 3; Year- 
book 4; Magazine 4; Prom Merito 
Award 3. 



WILLIAM CALLAHAN "Billy" 

Pet peeve: Falling asleep at the wrong 
time 

Favorite expression: "Alrighty" 
Usually found: Babysitting 
Noted for: Crewcut 

Football 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Sophomore Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



MARCIA CANNEY "Marty" 

Pet peeve: Late arrivals 

Favorite expression : "Oh, Dahling!" 

Usually found: Laughing 

Noted for: Complexion 

Field Hockey 2, 4; Glee Club 1; Driver 

Training 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine 2; 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Sophomore 

Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1; Cheerleader 

2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. 



EDWARD CANNIFF "Eddie" 

Pet peeve: Geometry 
Favorite expression : "Fabulous" 
Usually found: Danahy's 
Noted for: Friendliness 
Driver Training 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1. 




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KEVIN CARROLL "Kev" 

Pet peeve: English 

Favorite expression: "Joke, kids, joke" 
Usually found: workshop 
Noted for: annoying the teachers 
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Driver Train- 
ing 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Yearbook 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Sopho- 
more Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



RICHARD CLEVELAND 

"Dick" 
Pet peeve: Themes 
Favorite expression: "Curses" 
Usually found: Where least expected 
Noted for: Driving 

Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4; Pro 
Merito Award 3; Boy's State Repre- 
sentative 3. 



WILLIAM CLEVELAND "Bill" 

Pet peeve: Many useless brains 
Favorite expression: "Yowzaa!" 
Usually found: Over a drafting board 
Noted for: Ability in French 
Track 1, 2; Pro Merito Award 3. 



MARGARET COGLIANO 

"Marg" 
Pet peeve: Two-timers 
Favorite expression: "Isn't that nice?" 
Usually found: on the hockey field 
Noted for: peppiness 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Orchestra 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 
Yearbook 4; Sophomore Hop 2; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1; Cheerleader 1; Student 
Council 2. 



ANN CRAWFORD "Lee" 

Pet peeve: Last minute phone calls 
Favorite expression: "Okay, Hon" 
Usually found: Everywhere 
Noted for: Her college men 
Field Hockey 1, 3, 4; Softball 4; Glee 
Club 1; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Freshman 
Frolic 1; Student Council 1. 



PETER DE LELLIS "Pete" 

Pet peeve: Not enough time 
Favorite expression: "Crazy!" 
Usually found: On the air 
Noted for: Musical ability- 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Year- 
book 4; Freshman Frolic 1; Driver 
Training 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 







ROSE DE MAYO "Kosie" 

Pet peeve: Going to school 

Favorite expression: "What a hot 

spook" 

Usually found: Foxboro 
Noted for: Dancing 

Basketball 1, 2, 4; Softball 1; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Driver Training 4. 



EARL d'ENTREMONT 

"Kipper" 
Pet peeve: Democrats 
Favorite expression: "Well, now" 
Usually found: Playing cards 
Noted for: Arguments 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; 
Yearbook 4; Sophomore Hop 2. 



VIVIAN DE SALVO "Viv" 

Pet peeve: Getting up in the morning 
Favorite expression: "You panic" 
Usually found: In a '56 "Fury" 
Noted for: Her laugh 
Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 
Yearbook 4; Magazine 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1; Class Officer 2; Pro 
Merito Award 3. 



CHERYL DONNELLY 'Chery" 

Pet peeve: Steno 

Favorite expression: "You hot ticket" 
Usually found: With Dottie 
Noted for: Vivacity 

Basketball 1; Softball 1; Glee Club 
1, 2; Driver Training 4; Yearbook 
4; Sophomore Hop 2. 



JEANNE ESTABROOK 

"Jeannie" 
Pet peeve: Bookkeeping 
Favorite expression: "Isn't that a 
panic" 

Usually found: Cheering 

Noted for: Cuteness 

Basketball 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Driver 

Training 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. 



SANDRA ESTEY "Sandy" 
Pet peeve: Typing 
Favorite expression: "Nasty blast" 
Usually found: With Cindy 
Noted for: Friendly smiles 
Glee Club 1. 





JEAN FAIRFIELD "Jeannie" 

Pet peeve: Study periods 
Favorite expression: "For crying out 
loud" 

Usually found: Rollerskating 

Noted for: Good nature 

Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 4; 

Magazine 3. 



BARBARA FEELEY "Barb" 

Pet peeve: Joel Lerner 
Favorite expression: "Man!" 
Usually found: At dances and parties 
Noted for: Poise 

Basketball 3; Field Hockey 4; Softball 
3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Driver Train- 
ing 4; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 



JOHN FLOOD "Wally" 
Pet peeve: Homework 
Favorite expression : "So what!" 
Usually found: Elsewhere 
Noted for: Witty remarks 
Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; Base- 
ball 1, 3, 4. 



ALLAN FORD 1 

Pet peeve: Exams 
Favorite expression: 



Al" 



'It stands to rea- 



Usually found: On his motorcycle 

Noted for: Red hair 

Driver Training 3; Magazine 3. 



GAIL GABRIELLE "Gabby" 

Pet peeve: Other insane drivers 
Favorite expression: "What a riot!" 
Usually found: Behind the candy 

counter 
Noted for: Telling jokes 
Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 
Junior Ring Committee 3. 



BARBARA GALBRAITH 

"Barb" 
Pet peeve: Broken records 
Favorite expression: "See ya' round" 
Usually found: Lazy S 
Noted for: Horseback riding 
Softball 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Driver Train- 
ing 4; Yearbook 4; Pro Merito 3. 





BRUCE GALLAGHER "Moe" 

Pet peeve: Teachers 
Favorite expression: "Oh, my" 
Usually found: In the convertible 
Noted for: Height 

Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 4; Driver Training 3; 
Freshman Frolic 1; Sophomore Hop 2; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



VINCENT GALLIVAN 

"Vinnie" 
Pet peeve: Rules and regulations 
Favorite expression : "You're spoofing" 
Usually found: In his Ford 
Noted for: His humor 
Football 1 ,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; 
Driver Training 4; Magazine 3; Sopho- 
more Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



EDWARD GALVIN "Eddy" 

Pet peeve: Exams 
Favorite expression: "Who say" 
Usually found: On the Phone 
Noted for: Sunny disposition 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Driv- 
er Training 3; Magazine 3. 



JOHN GIBBS "Johnny" 
Pet peeve: Girls 
Favorite expression: "Great" 
Usually found: In Dorchester 
Noted for: Democracy whiz 
Glee Club 1, 2; Class Officer 2; Driv- 
er Training 3; Sophomore Hop 2. 



IRVING GOLDBERG "Irv" 

Pet peeve: Gum 

Favorite expression: "Oh, my gracious" 
Usually found: Buying records 
Noted for: Funny phrases 
Band 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2; 
Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Sophomore Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 
1; Junior Ring Committee 3; Class 
Officer 4. 



PRISCILLA GONYER "Pris 

Pet peeve: Slowpokes 
Favorite expression : "Oh ! " 
Usually found: In McClellan's 
Noted for: Curly hair 
Glee Club 1, 4. 





JOSEPH GORA "Joe" 

Pet peeve: Girls 

Favorite expression: "Well you know' 
Usually found: On the job 
Noted for: Bashfulness 
Driver Training 2. 



JULIA HAIGH "Julie" 

Pet peeve: Rock'n Roll 

Favorite expression: "How about that'' 

Usually found: Having a good time 

Noted for: Athletic ability 

Field Hockey 4. 



PHILIP HARDING "Phil" 

Pet peeve: Trig. 

Favorite expression: "I'll clue you" 
Usually found: Connie's 
Noted for: Hot rodding 
Football 1, 2; Driver Training 3. 



GERALD HEGGIE "Gerry" 

Pet peeve: Homework 
Favorite expression: "Definitely" 
Usually found: Sailing 
Noted for: Skating 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Driver Training 4; Magazine 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 
2; Freshman Frolic 1; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES HEGGIE "Jimmy" 
Pet peeve: No ice hockey team 
Favorite expression: "Moan" 
Usually found: With Gerry 
Noted for: Unpredictable statements 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Driver Training 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Freshman 
Frolic 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4. 



IRENE HUGHES "Rene" 

Pet peeve: Snowstorms 
Favorite expression: "Honestly" 
Usually found: Having a ball 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; 
Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4; Maga- 
zine 3; Sophomore Hop 2. 





GEORGE HUNT "Georgie" 

Pet peeve: School 

Favorite expression: "Sockdolager!' 

Usually found: Day dreaming 

Noted for: Quietness 

Baseball 3, 4; Driver Training 3. 



FRANK IRELAND "Frankf 
Pet peeve: Tests 

Favorite expression: "What a riot!" 
Usually found: Racing 
Noted for: Hot rod 
Basketball 4; Band 1, 2. 



MARY ISBELL "Betsy" 
Pet peeve: Corners 

Favorite expression: "Horrors of all 

sorts" 
Usually found: Joking 
Noted for: Gaiety 

Field Hockey 3, 4; Driver Training 3; 
Yearbook 4; Magazine 4; Pro Merito 
Award 3; Class Officer 4. 



RUSSELL JENNISON "Jenny" 

Pet peeve: Dancing 

Favorite expression : "Holy Cow!" 

Usually found: Porter's 

Noted for: Speeding 

Football 1; Basketball 1; Magazine 3. 



DORIS JOHNSON "Do Do" 

Pet peeve: Work 

Favorite expression: "Really" 

Usually found: Howard Johnson's 

Noted for: P. J. parties 

Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; 

Softball 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Driver 

Training 3; Magazine 1. 



JOYCE JORDAN "Joycie" 

Pet peeve: Walking 

Favorite expression: "They can jump!" 

Usually found: Jolly Chef 

Noted for: Blonde Hair 

Glee Club 1. 





MARY KELLIHER "Kellie" 

Pet peeve: Diet 

Favorite expression: "You babe" 

Usually found: Riding in cars 

Noted for: Skipping PT 

Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 

Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 

Yearbook 4; Magazine 3; Sophomore 

Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



MARGARET KELEHER 

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Bonnie 
Pet peeve: Snobs 

Favorite expression: "Cunning little 
muffin" 

Usually found: At cheering practice 
Noted for: Friendliness 
Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Soft- 
ball 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Driver Training 
3; Cheerleader 1, 4. 



DAVID KIRBY "Dave' 

Pet peeve: Physics 

Favorite expression: "How about that" 

Usually found: Bowladrome 

Noted for: Arguments 

Football 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Driver 

Training 4; Magazine 3. 



ROBERT KOSH "Kosh" 

Pet peeve: Women Drivers 
Favorite expression: "Oh gee gosh" 
Usually found: Forest Cleaners 
Noted for: Laziness 
Magazine 3. 



DIANE KUNKEL "Kunk" 
Pet peeve: Keeping secrets 
Favorite expression : " 'n' everythin' " 
Usually found: In a blue Olds 
Noted for: Dancing 

Basketball 1, 2; Softball 3, 4; Magazine 
3, 4; Freshman Frolic 1; Junior Ring 
Committee 3; Cheerleader 1, 3. 



ELIZABETH LANGILL "Liz" 

Pet peeve: Being teased 

Favorite expression : "I don't care" 

Usually found: Franklin Spa 

Noted for: Artistic Ability 

Glee Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. 







CAROL LALLY "Smiley" 

Pet peeve: Work 

Favorite expression: "Don't get 

bunctious!" 
Usually found: Canton Rexall 
Noted for: Hayrides 
Driver Training 3; Magazine 3. 



ROSEMARY LEHAN "Rosie" 

Pet peeve: School in general 
Ram- Favorite expression: "Hi ya!" 

Usually found: At the Strand 
Noted for: Twirling 

Basketball 2; Glee Club 2; Driver 
Training 3; Yearbook 4; Magazine 2, 
3, 4; Freshman Frolic 1; Majorette 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



CARY LEVINS 

Pet peeve: People who criticize teen- 
agers 

Favorite expression : "What a riot!" 
Usually found: McClellan's 
Noted for: Motorcycle 
Track 3; Driver Training 3. 



RICHARD LYMAN "Dickie' 

Pet peeve: Days are too long 
Favorite expression: "Shucks" 
Usually found: Under cars 
Noted for: Slow driving 
Football 3; Baseball 2, 3. 



GEORGE MAKRIS 'To" 

Pet peeve: Carrying bundles 
Favorite expression: "What a panic!" 
Usually found: Laughing 
Noted for: Dancing 

Glee Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 3; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1; Class Officer 2; Pro 
Merito Award 3. 



LOUIS MARTIN "Louie' 

Pet peeve: Homework 
Favorite expression: "Wow!" 
Usually found: In Stoughton 
Noted for: Looks 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3. 





EDITH McDERMOTT "Edie" LEO McGOWAN "Red" LOUISE McKAY "Lu Lu" 

Pet peeve: Typing Pet peeve: Going to school Pet peeve: Red Lights 

Favorite expression: "What a riot" Favorite expression: "Cut it out!" Favorite expression: "You hot tamale" 

Usually found: Taking Driver Training Usually found: With Creeper Usually found: In trouble 

Noted for: Willingness to help Noted for: Rodding it up Noted for: Mischievious ways 

Basketball 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Driv- Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; 

er Training 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Maga- Driver Training 3. Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 

zine 3. Yearbook 4; Magazine 1, 2; Sopho- 
more Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



WILLIAM MILLAR "Billy" 
Pet peeve: School 

Favorite expression: "Oh for crying 
out loud!" 

Usually found: Bowling 

Noted for: Quick wit 

Football 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 

3; Glee Club 1; Driver Training 4. 



DAVID MITCHELL "Dave" 

Pet peeve: Registry 

Favorite expression: "Get with it" 

Usually found: Joe's Pizza, in Boston 

Noted for: Fast driving 

Bank 1, 2, 3. 



MICHAEL MITCHERONEY 

"Mike" 
Pet peeve: Trees 
Favorite expression: "You babe" 
Usually found: Lawrence Street 
Noted for: Speeding 
Basketball 1 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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EDWARD MORLEY "Eddy" 

Pet peeve: School 
Favorite Expression: "Daddy-O" 
Usually found: Downtown 
Noted for: Bowling 

Basketball 3, 4; Track 4; Driver Train- 
ing 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



RONALD PASQUAROSA 

"Butch" 
Pet peeve: Football on television 
Favorite Expression: "Aw, shucks" 
Usually found: Drawing 
Noted for: Playing drums 
Orchestra 1 ; Band 1, 2, 3. 



ANITA PATRIARCA "Ne Ne" 

Pet peeve: sliding parties 
Favorite Expression: "You bunkie" 
Usually found: Sharon 
Noted for: Wisecracking 
Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 
Yearbook 4; Magazine 3; Sophomore 
Hop 2. 



CYNTHIA PEARDON "Cindy" 

Pet peeve: Snobs 

Favorite Expression: "Don't sweat it" 
Usually found: Roll-Land 
Noted for: Twirling 

Glee Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Majorette 
3, 4. 



MARGARET PETERS 

"Snooky" 
Pet peeve: Boys 

Favorite Expression: "Hot rock" 
Usually found: Sweetland Waste 
Noted for: Clowning around 
Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1, 2; Soft- 
ball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Band 2, 3; 
Freshman Frolic 1. 




MARY PIDGEON "Pidge" 

Pet peeve: Bookkeeping 
Favorite Expression: "For crying out 
loud" 

Usually found: At Murphy's 
Noted for: Good looks 
Softball 3; Glee Club 1; Driver Train- 
ing 3; Magazine 3. 





PAUL PODGURSKI 

Pet peeve: On lookers 

Favorite expression: "Oh!" 

Usually found: Driving the truck 

Noted for: Bashfulness 

Football 1, 4; Driver Training 3; Pro 

Merito Award 3. 



RICHARD RUSSELL 

"Poncho" 
Pet peeve: Gas heaters 
Favorite expression: "Let's Roll" 
Usually found: At fires 
Noted for: New cars 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Soph- 
omore Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



PAUL SCHOENBUCKER 

"Shoey" 

Pet peeve : Small houses 
Favorite expression: "Beautiful" 
Usually found: Asleep 
Noted for: Telling jokes 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Track 
1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1; Fresh- 
man Frolic 1; Sophomore Hop 2; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3. 



RICHARD SEAVEY "Dick" 

Pet peeve: Girls 

Favorite expression: "Oh, come on!" 
Usually found: Thinking 
Noted for: Athletic ability and intelli- 
gence 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 2; Band 1; Driver Training 3; 
Magazine 4; Freshman Frolic 1; Junior 
Ring Committee 3; Class Officer 1; 
Student Council 3, 4; Pro Merito 
Award 3. 



MURIEL SHAW "Mim" 

Pet peeve: Men drivers 

Favorite expression: "Cotton pickin' " 

Usually found: At Altomac 

Noted for: Laughing 

Basketball 1; Glee Club 1; Driver 

Training 4; Magazine 3. 



GERALD SOUSA "Gerry" 
Pet peeve: Teachers 
Favorite expression: "You bet" 
Usually found: Cape Cod 
Noted for: Dancing 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; 
Driver Training 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 
Class Officer 1, 3. 




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ISABELLE STEVENSON 

"Issie" 
Pet peeve: Chemistry 
Favorite expression: "You Idiot" 
Usually found: On the Stone Wall 
Noted for: Flirting 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 
4; Driver Training 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Pro 
Merito 3. 



PAULA SULLIVAN "Wilt" 

Pet peeve: Howard Johnson's 
Favorite expression: "It's a riot" 
Usually found: With Betsy 
Noted for: Sticks 

Basketball 2; Field Hockey 4; Driver 
Training 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine 4. 



JOANNA STILLMAN "Jo" 

Pet peeve: Studying 

Favorite expression: "What a hot ticket" 
Usually found: Stoughton 
Noted for: Smile 

Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 4; 
Sophomore Hop 2. 



PHILIP SULLIVAN "Phil" 

Pet peeve: Show offs 

Favorite expression: "What a hot rock" 

Usually found: Playing golf 

Noted for: Quietness 




MAUREEN SULLIVAN 

"Moot" 
Pet peeve: Work 
Favorite expression: "Oh No" 
Usually found: At Dykeman's 
Noted for: Blue Eyes 
Basketball 1. 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Driver Training 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; Pro 
Merito 3; Junior Ring Committee 3; 
Class Officer 3; Cheerleader 1. 



MERLE SWARDLICK 

Pet peeve: Physics 

Favorite expression: "Dear God and 

Little Fishes" 
Usually found: Dancing 
Noted for: Cheerleading 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 
4; Yearbook 4; Magazine 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 
Freshman Frolic 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pro Merito Award 3. 



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CHARLES TARDANICO 

"Chucky" 
Pet peeve: Tickets 

Favorite expression: "It stands to rea- 
son" 

Usually found: Billy Mills' Meat 

Market 
Noted for: V-neck Sweaters 
Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Sophomore Hop 2; Junior Ring 
Committee 3; Class Officer 3. 



EDWARD TATUM "Chink" 

Pet peeve: High Winds 
Favorite expression: "Granted" 
Usually found: In front of Dykeman's 
Noted for: Clothes 

Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Year- 
book 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Sophomore Hop 2; Freshman Frolic 1. 



CYRUS THACWRAY "Cy" 

Pet peeve: English 

Favorite expression : "Oh, nuts" 

Usually found: On his motorcycle 

Noted for: Speeding 

Glee Club 1 ; Driver Training 3. 



PAULINE TOOMEY "Booty" 

Pet peeve: Homework 

Favorite expression: "Good on your 

head" 
Usually found: Mainco 
Noted for: Her laugh 
Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; Year- 
book 4; Class Officer 4: Pro Merito 
Award 3. 



ANN TRAYERS "Anna" 
Pet peeve: Math 
Favorite expression : "Oh, No ! " 
Usually found: Snoozing 
Noted for: Tardiness 
Basketball 1; Field Hockey 3; Softball 
2; Glee Club 1, 2; Driver Training 3; 
Magazine 3; Freshman Frolic 1; Cheer- 
leader 1, 4. 



WILLIAM WALSH "Billy" 

Pet peeve: Dirty Cars 

Favorite Expression : "Keep'em movin' " 

Usually found: On the gridiron 

Noted for: Athletic Ability 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Junior 

Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Hop 2; 

Freshman Frolic 1. 




RICHARD WEBBER "Dick" 

Pet peeve: Exams 
Favorite expression: "Go cat go!" 
Usually found: With Kuss 
Noted for: Dancing 

Basketball 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Soph- 
omore Hop 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




ROLAND WETHERBEE 

"Skip" 

Pet peeve: Criticism of motorcycles 
Favorite expression : "That's the way 

the cookie crumbles" 
Usually found: Under cars 
Noted j or: Lines 
Track 3, 4. 




EDMUND WHITE "Eddie" 

Pet peeve : No car 
Favorite expression: "Oh beans!" 
Usually found: In Norwood 
Noted for: Height 

Football 1; Track 3; Driver Training 
4; Yearbook 4; Freshman Frolic 1; Pro 
.Merito Award 3; Junior Ring Com- 
mittee 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4. 



CAROLYN WILSON "Lynn" 

Pet peeve: Losing things 
Favorite expression: "For Pete's sake!" 
Usually found: Working in Boston 
Noted for: Driving 

Yearbook 4; Magazine 3; Pro Merito 
Award 3. 



ARLENE WISSENBACH 

"Heenie" 
Pet peeve: Snowstorms 
Favorite expression: "Chip, chip, chip" 
Usually found: In a convertible 
Noted for: Her hairdo and dimples 
Glee Club 1; Driver Training 4; Soph- 
omore Hop 2; Cheerleader 4. 



CAROLE WYATT 

Pet peeve: Wyatt Earp 
Favorite expression: "Yes indeedee" 
Usually found: With Heenie 
Noted for: Friendliness 
Softball 2; Glee Club 1; Driver Train- 
ing 4; Sophomore Hop 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 




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KEATS — Edmund White. Good-looking, young, shy professor. 

JOHN — Charles Tardanico. Boisterous, confident, likeable, clean-cut. 

VICKY — Helen Abernathy. Audacious, spirited, quick tempered. 

BOGGINS — Edward Cannif. Butler, English accent, respectful, bald. 

GRANPA — George Makris. Alert, chipper, sixty years old, trim 
beard. 

GRANDMA — Eleanor Bullock. Sweet, fussy, worried, nervous. 

TOOTSIE — Merle Swardlick. Plump, coy, giggly, hunting for hus- 
band. 

PRISCILLA — Arlene Wissenbach. Childish, appealing, sweet, quiet. 
VALERIE — Marcia Canney. Pretty. Southern accent, heartless flirt. 
BUTCHER BOY — Bruce Gallagher. Massive, pugnacious, stupid. 



Rock Hudson, Jr. 



Professor Keats must have a wife to become Dean. Uninterested in 
all women, he asks his friend, John, to pick a wife for him. How- 
ever, Vicky, Boggins, and Grandpa learn the secret, and they, too, 
attempt to help him. None of the chosen girls pleases Keats, and he 
marries Vicky. 




Excitement plus! 



Anger personified. 




Class History 



The music has started, and I can feel myself shaking as we slowly, but surely move 
down the walk to the beat of our graduation march. Yes, it's now my graduation night 
with all the thrills, joys, and butterflies that go along with it. Oh! it seem as though 
we'll never reach our seats: could they play any slower? 

It doesn't seem possible that in just a short while our high school days will just be 
memories. But they will be the most wonderful ones that anyone would want to recall. 
Why I can remember as if it were yesterday, entering into our freshman year as proud 
as we could be. It was nothing but a state of confusion for the first few weeks. Besides 
forgetting locker combinations and not being able to find our homerooms (with the 
help of the upperclassmen) I would say that we spent most of our time in the office 
trying to get help. Finally we became accustomed to the regulations. 

In November of '53, we started things underway by electing Dick Seavey, Bob 
Berardi, Pete DeLellis, and Gerry Sousa, as our President, Vice President, Secretary, 
and Treasurer. 

Will there ever be a night like May 9, our Freshman Frolic? This was the first big 
dance for most of us. Here we showed off our dancing skill. Well, I guess it wasn't 
exactly skill. I guess it wasn't exactly dancing either. The gym was gayly decorated 
with crepe paper and balloons and the music was provided by Wally Walters. 

June creeped up on us before we knew it and we ended our memorable year with a 
trip to Nantasket. 

Here we were again walking down the long tar driveway to the big brick building 
which lay before us. Yes, it was September again. We entered with anxiety, thinking 
that we were not the lowest and newest class in the school now. As our officers, we 
elected President, John Gibbs; Vice President, Vivian DiSalvo: Secretary, Elaine 
Bertelletti, and Treasurer, George Makris. 

March 18 was the night of our Sophomore Hop. The gym looked beautiful, and the 
music was provided by Wally Walters. We ended our Sophomore year with our 
annual trip to Nantasket. We had a good time. 

There we were again, sitting in our homerooms 10, 11, and 15, proud of our 
accomplishment, for we were now upperclassmen. This was to be our most exciting 
year, because we had so many things to do. 

On October 25, 1955, we elected Chucky Tardanico, President; Kevin Carroll, Vice 
President; Maureen Sullivan, Secretary, and Gerry Sousa, Treasurer, as our able and 
dependable class officers. 

Rings were our only thought at this time, so we chose our ring committee. They 
were Eleanor Bullock, Maureen Sullivan, Diane Kunkel, Gail Gabrielle, Eddie White, 
Bobby Bantick, Richard Seavey, and Irving Goldberg. They chose red starfires as our 
class rings. Because of many complications, our rings did not arrive until late. They 
were not exactly what we had ordered but we were still pleased to get them. 

We held a class meeting on March 29, in preparation for the Junior Prom. We 
organized the various committees, decorations, refreshment, ticket, and orchestra. At 
last! The big night was here. The one night that we all had awaited for so long. It 
was May 25, the night of our Junior Prom. The gym was beautifully decorated with 
Paris as our subject and background. Chucky Tardanico crowned Tony Baronas 
and Jerry Nugent as King and Queen. Most of us ended up at Hugo's after the prom. 
We had a room reserved just for us where we had a wonderful time. 

Bonnie Kelleher, Ann Trayers, and Arlene Wissenbach were chosen as our peppy 
cheerleaders. Merle Swardlick was elected captain. 

It was so close to our Senior year now; we all had such a ^ood feeling. It was a 
feeling of importance that I suppose only a senior could have. The 22nd of June 



came, and we ended our Junior year with the class trip. We left the school at noon 
very happy and full of pep. We had a wonderful time at Nantasket and at Paragon 
Park. At 9:30 we returned, tired, but still happy. 

On September 6, we entered our last year at Canton High. We really felt important. 
For our class officers we chose, President, Kevin Carroll; Vice President, Pauline 
Toomey; Secretary, Betsy Isbell; Treasurer, Irving Goldberg. 

We found that we had so much to do to get our yearbook ready that we were glad 
to learn that our yearbook was being edited by capable Helen Abernathy and Irene 
Hughes. 

Football season was once again here and we had quite a few of our senior boys 
participating. Bob Berardi and Dick Seavey were elected captains of the team. While 
Louis Martin, Billy Walsh, Jimmy and Gerry Heggie, Johnny Flood, Bruce Gallagher, 
Vinnie Gallivan, Kevin Carroll, Earl d'Entremont, Eddie Tatum, Gerry Sousa, Eddie 
Galvin and John Brooks were our first team. Although we lost our Thanksgiving 
Day game with Stoughton, we were very proud of our boys. They played a wonderful 
game. We were also proud, because it was the first time in three years that we had 
scored against Stoughton. The final score was 14-6. 

Time flew by after our Christmas vacation. On February 19 our Senior Dance was 
held at the beautiful Blue Hill Country Club. Our King and Queen were Robert Kosh 
and Janice Fuller. Everyone enjoyed himself. 

Our class play was held on March 27. It was a huge success. It was under the 
direction of Mr. MacDonald and the name of it was "PROFESSOR HOW COULD 
YOU" with Helen Abernathy and Eddie White as the leads. 

Then came May 29, our last school day. We all came dressed up for this occasion. 
June 1st through the 7th was our Senior Week. We had a wonderful class day and a 
delicious banquet. We have some wonderful memories to treasure and we thank all 
the faculty members who have given us knowledge and help. 

MAUREEN SULLIVAN 

CLASS SONG 

Farewell to dear old Canton High 
That we leave behind today. 
The friends we've made we'll not forget 
When we are far away. 

Memories will linger; 
Our thoughts will always fly 
To teachers and to friends of 
Dear old Canton High. 

But as we sadly start 

Our journeys far apart, 

A part of every heart will linger here 

In dear old Canton High. 

New friendships soon to grow 

But we'll remember back 

In the sweet afterglow. 

High School days are over; 
Lifes work has just begun. 
Toil onward forever 
Till the goal for us is won. 

— MARCIA CANNEY 



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First row, left to right: V. Archer, J. Doyle, B. Corry, H. Di Marzio, A. Berteletti, P. Briggs, J. 
DAttanasio, J. Baker. Second row: F. Correy, P. Carroll, L. Cardell, D. Carco, K. Donaghey, L. 
Bowman, N. Adams, B. Berteletti, G. Dean, B. Bankart, P. Currier, Mr. MacDonald. Third row: 
K. Endicott, P. Berteletti, J. Anderson, A. Cirano, M. Bailey, F. Darling, B. Clow, R. Berks, R. 
Blomstrom. 



First row, left to right: B. Gora, M. Goldberg, H. Langill, M. Gallagher, M. Kelliher, P. Foley, 
M. Galvin. Second row: Miss Fiore, B. Kinne, D. Hagan, J. Hall, H. Harmon, M. Jacquith, D. 
Kincade, W. Sefteas, D. Hagan, A. Jackson. 





First row, left to right: M. Pasquarosa, J. Mitcheroney, K. McAteer, B. Quinn, J. Salemme, J. 
Perry, S. Nenart, M. McGowan, D. Priluck. Second row: E. Meninno, A. Lawrence, V. Lyons, 
B. Sacco, H. Peters, K. O'Donnell, J. Long, L. Phillips, J. Macdonald, Mr. Haines. Third row: 
J. Lerner, C. MacKinnon, L. Perry, D. Mathews, V. Lukas, W. McGloin. 





First row, left to right: D. Abramowitz, D. DeWitt, J. Dailey, E. Comer, J. Dennison, E. Darling, 
C. Blanchard, C. Andrews, S. Curra, A. Citrano, J. Colson. Second row: S. Celi, E. Bowmar, 
W. Dennis, E. Berardi, S. Burnham, W. Bingay, P. Carlson, B. De Palma, D. Brooks, R. Brothers, 
Mrs. Miller. Third row: K. Crean. J. Delaney, J. Ambroceo, L. Blacker, W. Coffin, J. Butler, R. 
Daniels, P. Callahan, E. Banks, D. Baril. 



First row, left to right: E. Dromey, C. Hagen, B. Gladstone, A. Galvin, J. Flint, C. Hutchinson, 
V. Flanagan, S. Harriman, A. Goldberg, J. Dumaine, M. Karas, L. Hall, F. Tyrrell, F. Flint. 
Second row: R. Dray, P. Healey, J. Kelleher, J. Finn, H. Gallant, W. Farrington, I. Calvin, J. 
Hannon, J. Fuller, J. Di Felice, W. Doody, T. Dwyer, A. Freedman, Miss Roache. Third row: 
H. Fitzgerald, M. Gavin, T. Irving, A. Fields, H. Gerrior, J. Dowd, W. Duffy. 




First row, left to right: L. Meninno, R. Kelliher, P. Lynch, E. Robinson, J. Malcolmson, M. O'Sulli- 
van, N. Kreutel, C. Parker, B. Noll, M. Roache, P. McDermott. Second row: Mr. Headstrom, T. Ly- 
man, W. Olsen, K. MacKenzie, J. Layman, C. Lundgren, S. Pariseau, D. O'Keefe, F. Rayner, J. 
Quinn, J. Maher, K. Nelson. Third row: M. Ouellette, L. O'Brien, D. MacBeth, G. Kenney, A. Rad- 
den, R. Masciarelli, W. Mosely, J. Lapenus, W. Pasquarosa, P. Martin, E. Revell. 



First row, left to right: J. Vitelli, F. Smith, A. Tardanico, G. Tordoff, B. Sweatt, S. White, E. 
Wipperman, S. Standish, C. Wood, N. Upham, B. Tate. Second row: F. White, C. Wendell, T. 
White, A. Uliano, F. Williams, C. Witt, P. Shea, Mr. Dowson. Third row: J. Valin, C. Toomey, 
J. Ruane, S. Upham, A. Snyder, E. Taylor, E. Smith, J. Sullivan, D. Thomas, A. Weckbacker. 



Freshmen 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Secretary MARCIA BLONDEL Treasurer WILLIAM HOLT 

President SUSAN LEARY Vice President PAUL PASQUAROSA 



Freshmen tackle Keys to English. 




Cornwallis was born in 1738 and died in 1806.' ! 




Miss Kelley and the World We Live In 

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Freshmen learn the mystery of X and Y. 




First row: S. Darrell, B. Cataldo, F. Carr, C. Adams, H. Coletti, S. Cleveland, D. Berteletti, 
M. Blondel, A. Abraham, B. Booth. Second row: A. Croft, J. Clark, A. Cameron, A. Cafasso, C. 
Blackman, B. Carlson, J. Cirello, C. Andrews, A. Brown, M. Cater, Miss Kelly. Third row: R. 
Bedard, D. Correy, H. Binley, J. Baronas, J. Bryant, F. Callahan, F. Beake, G. Carr, Miss 
Berteletti. 



First row, left to right: S. Flood, V. Dean, B. Fair, P. Fingar, G. Garahum, M. Harding, B. 
Ireland, M. Karas, B. Gibbons, S. Leary, J. DiBiassio, V. Dexter. Second row: J. Flood, D. Fischer, 
R. Henriksen, G. Gifford, B. Ireland, C. Leary, J. Dean, C. Goldberg, R. Flint, W. Dean, P. 
Gabrielle, Mrs. Cole. Third row: A. Follet, H. Heggie, W. Jenkins, J. Koelsch, G. Hodne, T. Duzan, 
M. Hannon, A. Johnson, W. Holt. 





First row, left to right: K. Reid, E. Peters, C. Powers, K. Maher, J. Powers, M. Maggelet, G. 
Salus, L. Perry, M. McLaughlen, M. Morgan, E. Perry, C. Milne. Second row: R. McGloin, M. 
Michelli, E. Lehan, J. Moore, K. Oles, S. O'Connor, D. MacBeth, W. McCarthy, G. Oberchan, 
L. McDermott, P. Quinn, Mr. Carnie. Third row: T. Porcaro, T. O'Donnell, P. Pasquarosa, F. 
Sears, P. Sacco, F. Revelli, B. Pizura. 



First row, left to right: A. Thompson, F. Wills, S. Sturdy, V. Sullivan, K. Smith, J. Thompson, 
A. Srcrczinski, C. Williams, M. Swardlick, C. Storme, E. Taylor. Second row: Mr. Bowyer, 
D. Watson, J. Sexton, E. Teague, J. Zoppa, A. Stockus, F. Varnerion, J. Molchok, C. Young, 
J. Wolfe, R. Smith. Third row: R. Sheehan, M. Tyrrell, H. Wilson, D. Yost, D. Spence, B. 
Upham. G. Tyrrell. 





Freshman Basketball 




First row, left to right: F. Revell, W. Jenkins, J. Zoppa, P. Pasquarosa, C. Leary, G. Koelsch, J. 
Sexton, P. Upham, E. Lehan. Second row: A. Porcaro, D. Corey, W. Holt, Coach Bowyer, B. 
Pizura, J. Bryant, G. Carr, D. Watson. 






Assistant Coach David Haines, Co-Captain Robert 
Berardi, Co-Captain Richard Seavey, Coach Charles 
Stevenson. 



broceo, k. eerd . 
Haines. 



The 1956 football team will be remembered for its combined spirit and 
determination. These qualities were displayed throughout the season even 
though the rewards were slim. Day after day the boys worked hard in order 
to be able to worthily represent Canton High School each Saturday afternoon. 
From the first game to the last they steadily improved although they were 
continually faced with ever growing obstacles. 

In the North Attleboro-Canton game early in the fall we lost a fine player 
in Paul Podgurski, who was injured and unable to play for the rest of the 
season. He had been extremely promising during the previous year. Despite 
this handicap and even though several of our opponents were in a higher 
classification, our team fired the enthusiasm of the students who felt that 
all of our games were moral victories. The combined efforts of coaches, cap- 
tains, and players resulted in games that were well worth watching and 
memorable in their display of teamwork and individual drive. 



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Dec. 21— Friday 
Jan. 4 — Friday 
Jan. 8 — Tuesday 



Jan. 8- 
Jan. 11— Friday 
Jan. 15 — Tuesday 
Jan. 18— Friday 
Jan. 22 — Tuesday 
Jan. 25 — Friday 
an. 29 — -Tuesday 
eb. 1— Friday 
eb. 5 — Tuesday 
eb. 8 — Friday 
eb. 12 — Tuesday 
Feb. 15 — Friday 



Sharon a 
Mansfield 
Canton at Fbxboro 
Canton at Eastori 
Canton at Stougbton 
Westwood at Canton 
Randolph at Canton 
Canton at Sharon 
Canton at Mansfield 
Foxboro at Canton 
Oliver Ames at Canton 




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Track 




COACH PAUL CALLANAN First row, left to right: R. Berardi, G. Walsh, W. Walsh, W. Pendergast, R. Seavey. Second 

row: D. Hagan, R. Trayers, K. Endicott, P. Williams. 



Girls' Softball 




First row, left to right: 1. Hughes, A. Galvin, L. Cardell, L. Tatum, L. Bowmar, M. McGowan, I. 

Stevenson. Second row: D. Zanazzo, L. Tatum, M. Cogliano, L. McKay, E. Berteletti, A. Crawford, 

M. Swardlick, B. Galbraith. Third row: M. Roach, N. Adams, M. Watkins, M. Kelliher, A. 
Partriarca, J. Haigh, B. Freeley, M. Kelliher. 




First row, left to right: Nancy Adams, Lana Bowmar, Merle Swardlick, 
Jeanne Estabrook. Second row: Marcia Canney, Arlene Wissenbach, 
Margaret Kelliher, Ann Trayers. 



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CAPTAINS 
Marcia Canney Merle Swardlick 





First row: Marcia Canney, Merle Swardlick. Second row: 
MaryLou McGowan, Sandra Nenart, Jeanne Estabrook. Diane 
Abramowitz, Rosemary Kelliher. Third row: Nancy Adams, 
Lana Bowmar, Arlene Wissenbach, Margaret Kelliher, Ann 
Trayers. 






BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 



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Girls' Basketball 




First row, left to right: S. Pauiseau, J. MacDonald, L. Tatum, I. Hughes, M. Watkins, M. 
Gallagher, L. Tatum. Second row: K. O'Donnell, M. Kelliher, D. Carco, G. Dean, B. Sacco, A. 
Vaitkunas, S. Nenart, Miss Hayes, Coach. Third row: J. Tisdale, A. Calvin, D. Abramowitz, B. 
Taylor, A. Citrano, J. Fuller, S. Curra, J. Layman. 




Captain 
IRENE HUGHES 



Jan. 9 — Randolph at Canton 
Jan. 11 — Canton at Westwood 
Jan. 23 — Sharon at Canton 
Jan. 30 — Westwood at Canton 




Manager 
MARY W ATKINS 



Feb. 1 — Canton at No. Easton 
Feb. 6 — Oliver Ames at Canton 
Feb. 8 — Canton at Randolph 

Feb. 15 — Canton at Sharon 



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Ice Hockey 




First row, left to right: J. Heggie, G. Walsh, D. Brooks, A. Ford, J. MacBeth, J. Quinn, W. 
Pendergast. Second row: G. Heggie, E. Galvin, H. Harmon, H. Fitzgerald, R. Berardi, J. Colson, D. 
Kincade, R. Russell. Third row: R. Cleveland, V. Gallivan, R. Russell, P. Martin, J. Hall, J. 
Vitelli, F. Corey, C. Levins. 




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Backbone 




First row, left to right: C. Tardanico, M. Swardlick, I. Stevenson, C. Ambroceo, 
K. Carroll. Second row: I. Goldberg, E. d'Entremont, G. Makris. 

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First row, left to right: M. Cogliano, M. Kelliher, A. Crawford, E. Berteletti, 
L. McKay, B. Galbraith, C. Ambroceo. Second row: J. Stillman, I. Stevenson, 
J. Haigh, M. Swardlick, E. Bullock, A. Patriarca, M. Isbell. 




Richard Seavey, Treasurer; Helen Abernathy, Vice President; Marcia Canney, Secretary; 
Gerald Heggie, Presidnt. 



Pro Merito 




First row, left to right: R. Cleveland, G. Makris, V. Di Salvo, Mrs. Dana, F. Cafasso, B. Galbraith, 
W. Cleveland, P. Podgurski. Second row: M. Swardlick, H. Abernathy, A. Baronas, C. Wilson, M. 
Isbell, I. Stevenson, E. Berteletti, M. Sullivan. 



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First row, left to right: L. Cardell, A. Galvin, V. Wagner, J. Doyle, M. McGowan, J. Tisdale. 
Second row: C. Ambroceo, L. Tatum, G. Dean, J. D'Attanasio, V. Archer, E. Menino, J. 
Yeomans. Third row: L. Tatum, P. Sullivan, M. Isbell, K. Seavey, J. Alexander, R. Lehan, M. 
Storm, L. Vaitkunas. 





Lorraine Tatum, Co-editor 
Miss O'Donnell, Advisor 



Diane Kunkel 
Editor 



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First row, left to right: S. Standish, R. Anderson, V. DiBiasio, P. Mazzone, J. Fales, J. Cline, J. 
Bryant, J. Wood, C. Standish, C. Hagan, S. White, M. Roach. Second row: W. Ambroceo, D. Taylor, 
J. Harris, J. Bosenquet, D. Shaw, H. Harmon, P. Currier, R. Milo, K. Nenart, A. Coady, Mr. 
Farnham. Third row: G. Fitzgerald, J. Hoscar, T. Roseland, R. Sanford, L. Cole, S. Cirello, S. 
Sturdy, V. Noll, F. Beak. Fourth row: R. Holt, D. Smail, P. Bright, D. Najjar, B. Sacco, C. Mason, 
S. Nenart, D. Cooke, B. Coady, C. Moss. 




First row, left to right: Y. Duqette, V. Uexter, T. Elman, 
S. Darrell, S. Baker, L. Goldberg, G. Salus. Second row: 
B. Thornhill, J. Burt, D. Salus, A. Peardon, N. DeWitt, M. 
Abramowitz, B. Dudley, A. Campbell. Third row: J. Alex- 
ander, L. Levins, S. Johnston, G. Gilson, M. Fennelle, G. 
Dean, S. Callahan, J. Clark, R. Andrews, V. Frenholm. 




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Left to right: R. Milo, B. Carlson, P. Fingar, H. Wilson, 
C. Millar. 




Donna DeWitt 
Judy MacDonald 

Elaine Smith 

Rosemary Lehan 



Cynthia Peardon 



Christy Hutchinson 
Kathleen O'Donnell 

Carol Wood 
Barbara Feeley 



M 

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Star attractions 



Majorettes in action 



75 



Glee Club 




First row, left to right: H. Wilson, P. Fingar, M. Swardlick, S. Croft, G. Gibbons, G. Salus, V. 
Dexter, K. Maher, K. Reid, G. Carr, C. Goldberg. Second row: D. Yost, H. Sroczinski, J. Clark, A. 
Cafasso, M. Hannon, C. Andrews, J. Thompson, K. Smith, M. McLaughlin, A. Brown, D. Correy. 
Third row: B. Carlson, S. O'Connor, S. Darrell, H. Heggie, J. DiBiasio, M. Harding, S. Leary, 
M. Maggelet, J. Booth, M. Berteletti. 




Good Gov't Rep. Members of the Student Exchange — First row, left to right: Boys' and Girls' State Rep. — 

Earl d'Entremont M. Isbell, H. Abernathy. Second row: E. d'Entremont, M. R. Seavey, M. Canney, R. 

Cogliano, C. Tardanico. Cleveland 

Guidance 




William Walsh confers with Mr. Welch. 



76 



Sponsors 



Mrs. Janet D. Abernathy 

Mr. George C. Abernathy 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Acconia 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Allberry 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ambro- 
ceo 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ambuter 

Mr. and Mrs. George Anagnoston 

Mr. John R. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bankart 

Mrs. R. H. Barbour 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Baronas 

Anthony Baronas, Jr. 

Maryanne Baronas 

Mrs. Mary L. Barss 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Barthmaier 

Mr. Harry Beardsell 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beaumont 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood F. Beck 

Lena Beechia 

Bell Television Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Bender 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Berardi 

Mrs. Candido Berardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Berardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Guido Berteletti 

Mr. and Mrs. George Berteletti 

Miss Jean Berteletti 

Jeannette L. Bertrand 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Binley 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bisbee 

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bissette 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blacker 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent R. Blais 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blaustein 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blondell 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bogialla 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borroni 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Borroni 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic J. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Braillard 
Mr. and Mrs. Willia Breheny 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bright 
Miss Judy Bright 
Mr. and Mrs. Orlow S. Bright, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brooks 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bryan 
Helen G. Buckley 
Fred C. Bullock 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Summer Bullock 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Burgoyne 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burgoyne 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns 
Mr. and Mrs. Albino Cafasso 
Mr. Guido Cafasso 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callahan 
Mr. and Mrs. William Callahan 
Helen G. Callery 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Campbell 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Canney 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carlson 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Can- 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Carroll 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Casey 
The Casey's 

Mr. and Mrs. R. William Cash 



Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cater 

Stephen Celi 

Grace M. Chandler 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chapman 

Charles Bakery 

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney R. Chisholm 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Citrano 
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Cleveland 
Ralph S. Clough 
Mrs. Phil H. Clow 
Mr. and Mrs. George Coady 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cogliano 
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Colsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Colson 
Mr. and Mrs. George Comer 
Miss Mary Connally 
Mr. and Mrs. William Connor, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Cooper 
Mr. and Mrs. George Conrad 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. Cowie 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Croft 
Miss Margery Cunningham 
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Curran 
Paul J. Curran 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Danner 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dardano 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dardano 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dardano 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dassori 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Davenport 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard F. DeLang 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. d'Entremont 
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Dexter 



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Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DiBiasio 
Wilbur D. Dies 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiSalvo 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Donnelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dowson 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dana Draper 

Res. James B. Draper 

Mrs. John H. Draper, Jr. 

Mary E. Draper 

Percy L. Draper 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Draper 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Duffly 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Duguay 

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dunleavy 

Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn 

Mrs. A. R. Durland 

Mr. and Mrs. James Dykeman 

Betty Anne Eckhardt 

Mr. and Mrs. John Enos 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Estabrook 

Hazel I. Estey 

Mr. and Mrs. Estey 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Fairfield 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fallon 

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fama 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fama 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Farrington 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farrington 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fewore 

Douglas A. Finlay 

Barbara C. Fiore 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Fish 

Mrs. Arthur W. Fish 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitzgerald 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Flanagan 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Flan- 
agan 

Mrs. Daniel J. Flood 
Charles Folias 
Mr. Frank Forte 
Mr. Michael Forte 
Mr. George Freedman 
A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freeman 
A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Fuller 

A Friend 

A Friend 

Dr. Nathaniel Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Gabrielle 

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Galbraith 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallagher 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallano 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galligan 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Galligan 

Miss Mary C. Gallivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Gallivan 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Galvin 

Mr. Joseph Garside 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gavin 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Giampietro 

Mrs. Barbara Gifford 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Gilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gomes 

Joseph C. Gora, Sr. 

Liselotte Gora 



Mr. and Mrs. Gorman 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gramer 
Henry Gray 
Mrs. Majorie Greeley 
Mrs. Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles Gregory 

Mrs. James W. Guild 

James W. Hagan 

Mrs. A. C. Haigh 

Mrs. R. Haigh 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hallett 

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Halloran 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hancock 

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Fosdick P. Harrison 

Miss Susan Harrison 

Mary T. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Haynes 

Mr. Headstrom 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Hegarty 
and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Heggie, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roe P. Hendrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendricks 

Margaret Henigan 

Mrs. Patrick J. Hennessey 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Henriksen 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Herton 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hoffman 

Lynne Holden 

Mr. and Mrs. William Holliday 



Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Homer 

Mrs. S. Horn 

Mrs. Evelyn Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. Owen P. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Isbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jameson 

Mrs. Eunice Johnson 

Mrs. Caroline Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jordan 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Julien 

Mr. and Mrs Daniel C. Keleher 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kelleher 

John and Mary Kelleher 

Mrs. Daniel P. Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Kelliher 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. William Kirby 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kruetel 

Mr. and Mrs. John Lally 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson 

Charles Layman 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Leary 

Mr. and Mrs. Gaspar W. Leggee 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Leggee 

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lenhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Lennon, 
Jr. 

Mrs. Robert Lesieur 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins 

Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Light 



Mr. and Mrs. Nils Lindell 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lucas 

Mrs. Philip Lund 

Mr. Thomas A. Lyman 

Mrs. Helen Lyman 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. MacAdam. 
Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Macbeth 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Makris 

Mrs. George M. Mansfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Marley 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Marsh 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Martin, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Martis 

Mrs. Teresa Matarazzo 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Stanley Matthews 

Mr. and Mrs. Euro Mazzone 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McCarron 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. McDermott 

Margaret M. McDonough 

Leo F. McNeil 

Mrs. Priscilla McPhee 

Miss Mead 

Mrs. Rose Meninno 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michener 

Mr. and William D. Millar 

Mrs. John E. Miller 

Rev. and Mrs. James W. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mondor 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Morely 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Moritz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Morse 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mosely 



Mr. and Mrs. William Mosely 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moss 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Mug- 
ford, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Munroe 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. John Nardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Neal 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Philip Nemiccolo 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nenart 

Mr. and Mrs. George Norcott 

Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brien 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. O'Brien 

Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connell 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Connell 

Madeline C. O'Donnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Olsen 

Arthur O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Oprand 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Orpin 
Gregory Pando 
Mrs. John P. Partridge 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pasquarosa 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patriarca 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patriarca 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peardon 
Mr. and Mrs. George Peavey 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peters 
Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Peterson 
Robert Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Philbrick 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard P. Pizura 



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Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plant 

Mr. and Mrs. Augustan Podgurski 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Poirier 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Poore 

Ida Prillner 

Miss Sandra Primack 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Quigley 

Mary A. Quinn 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Reyn- 
olds 

Mrs. C. 0. Richardson, Jr. 

Mrs. Otis E. Riford 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rogers 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Bruce Rogers 

Mr. Maurice Ronayne 

Mrs. Gerald Rones 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roselund 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Rothwell 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ruane 

Barbara Rubin 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rushworth 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Russell 
Mrs. Janet Ryan 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sacco 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sakalukus 
Mr. and Mrs. George Salemme 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Salus 
Frida Schiffer 
Heinz Sciffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Schoen- 
bucher 

Mr. Henry E. Seavey 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Seavey 

Mr. Louis Henry Seldon 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Semple 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Shannon 
Eva M. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. James Skehan 
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smail 
Mrs. Chester F. Smith 
Karen Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Perley W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Snyder 

Sonny and Vivian 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Soule 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. South- 
wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Spada 
Mrs. Howard Spence 
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Standish 
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Stanton 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Stillman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stocker 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Stone 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sturrock 
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Sullivan 
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sullivan 
Mr. and Mrs. Larra J. Sumner 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton B. Tabor 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tamburino 
Dr. and Mrs. Harold W. Tate 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Tatum 
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. Thackwray 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Tracy 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Trayers 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Trayers, 
Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Varnerin 

Varney Construction Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Vassahlik 

Mr. and Mrs. John Veator 

Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Verity 

Mr. and Mrs. John Vinkus 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vitelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Whitefield Vye 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Walsh 

Mr. Lawrence M. Walsh, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph W. Wattles, 3rd 

Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Waystack 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wendell 

Elizabeth Whately 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland W. Wether- 
bee 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whitty 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Widberg 

Frank H. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Rober Williams, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wilson 

Mr. Robert W. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Witt 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Wyatt 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Wyman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yarush 

Mrs. William Yeomans 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlo B. Zanazzo 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zanazzo 

Edward and Gerard Cogliano 



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Business Patrons 



A & B AUTO SCHOOL 
Washington Street 

RACHEL A. BEASLEY, ELORIST 
Messenger Street 

BELL TELEVISION CO. 
Washington Street 

BYAMS SERVICE STATION 
Washington Street 

CANTON CO-OPERATIVE BANK 
Washington Street 

CANTON LAUNDROMAT 
Washington Street 



CANTON SUPPLY 
Washington Street 

CARLS CLEANSERS 
Washington Street 

CHARLIE'S BAKERY 
Washington Street 

CLIFF'S SERVICE STATION 
Washington Street 



COBB'S CORNER VARIETY 
Washington Street 

C. W. CROWELL AND SON 
Turnpike Street 

PAUL R. DUFFY 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 
High Street 



HANNON BUSINESS SERVICE 
Washington Street 



JIM'S ESSO Wl) VARIETY 
Bolivar Street 



JOE'S ESSO SERVICE STATION 
Cobb's Corner 



JOHNSONS CLEANSERS 
Washington Street 

JACK KATZ DEPT. STORE 
Washington Street 

J. CURRY MENDES. CORP. 
Turnpike Street 

NEPONSET CAFE, INC. 
Washington Street 

NICK'S 
Stoughton 

PLEASANT STREET VARIETY 
Pleasant Street 

L. A. POIRIER SERVICE STATION 
Jackson Street 

ED ROACH. ROACH'S LAUNDROMAT 
Washington Street 

RUSSELL COAL AND OIL CO. 
Washington Street 

SADDLES AND SPURS. INC. 
Washington Street 

SWEETLAND WASTE CO. 
Jackson Street 



TOWN CAB— CANTON 6-0999 
Washington Street 

VERITY'S SHOE STORE 
Washington Street 



WIN SLOWS FX PRESS 
Washington Street 

COBB'S CORNER VARIETY 
Washington Street 



PLYMOUTH RUBBER COMPANY 
INCORPORATED 



Revere Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




JOSEPH D. GALVIN 

Insurance and Real Estate 
703 WASHINGTON STREET 
CANTON 6-0505 



\t 

CANTON PUBLISHING COMPANY 

Printers and Publishers 
484 WASHINGTON STREET 
CANTON 6-0006 



FRANK'S 
BARBER SHOP 

(Near Mario's) 
327 Washington Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




AUDREY C. FIELDS 

Real Estate 
Chapman Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Tel. Canton 6-1269 



CHASE & SONS, INC. 

North Quincy, Massachusetts 

Manufacturing Plants at Randolph 
and North Quincy, Mass. 



Manufacturers of 
CABLE INSULATING TAPE— CABLE BINDING 
TAPE— CABLE JACKET TAPE— NEOPRENE 
SPLICING TAPE— FRICTION, RUBBER AND PLASTIC 
TAPE— LAMINATE AND REINFORCED INSULATION 











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M. J. DOCKRAY 


Interior — Exterior Decorating 


& SON 


by 


Est. 1897 


O'BRIEN BROS. 


MRS. JAMES DOCKRAY, Director 


Canton, Massachusetts 


Air Conditioned 


FOR FREE ESTIMATES 


Funeral Home 


CALL 


455 Washington Street 


Canton 6-1403 


Office 44 High Street 








Compliments 


of 


FRANK KUNKLE & SON 




G. H. LAWLESS 
CHEVROLET 

Washington Street 
CANTON, MASS. 



CANTON INSURANCE AGENCY 

Insurance of Every Description 
Office Hours— 9:00 to 5:00 P. M. 
Offices— 630 Washington St. 
TELEPHONE: RESIDENCE CAnton 6-0802-R 
OFFICE CAnton 6-0802-W 



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Where We Send Our Friends to Eat 

THE JOLLY CHEF 

Washington Street 
CANTON, MASS. 




MANUFACTURERS OF FINE WOOLENS 

Since 1856 

YOUR PATRONAGE OF OUR MILL STORE IS INVITED 
28 Draper Lane 
Canton, Massachusetts 



J. GAVIGAN CORPORATION 
CONTRACTORS 

Canton and Sharon, Massachusetts 

Home Address 
63 South Pleasant Street, Sharon 

Telephone: 

CANTON 6-1247 

SUNSET 4-2132 



EASTERN PHOTO SUPPLY 
COMPANY, INCORPORATED 

1001 Turnpike Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

By Wm. L Jarvis, Jr. 



Residential or Industrial 
Contracting and Repairing 

TIBBETTS ELECTRIC 

Dedham, Mass. 
Charles Cirello CAnton 6- 1 1 23-M 
409 Washington St. DEdham 3-3475 




MORO'S MARKET 

699 Washington Street 
Canton 6-026 1 -M 



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Compliments of 

J. J. ADAMS CO., INC. 

Builder 
Real Estate Broker 

300 Chapman Street 
CANTON 6-0019 



FARNHAM'S MUSIC SHOP 

Instruments Bought, Sold, 
and Repaired 

ACCORDIONS — SHEET MUSIC 

PHONOGRAPHS — RECORDS 

850 Washington St., Norwood 

Tel. Norwood 7-2012 




Compliments of 

MODERN VARIETY 
STORE 

Washington Street 
Canton 6-0910 





DANAHY PHARMACY 

550-552 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 
FREE DELIVERY ON 
PRESCRIPTIONS 




SHERMAN CLEANERS 



Cleaning — Dyeing 
Repairing — Storage 



ALL WORK DONE ON 
PREMISES 
I Day Service 



IVALDI MOTORS 
Hudson Sales and Service 
395 Washington St. 
CANTON 6-0494 



Compliments of 

DAVID YELLEN CO., INC. 

Canton, Massachusetts 




BEST WISHES AND LOTS OF LUCK 
TO THE CLASS OF 1957. 

Ms 

From where you obtained your 
class rings. 

STRAND JEWELERS 

Ele Corman, Gemologist 



CANTON, MASS. 



Compliments of 

L. R. WATTLES 
COMPANY 



SAND GRAVEL 
Compliments of 

A. A. WILL 
CORPORATION 

Turnpike Street 
CAnton 6-0722 
STONE 
CRUSHED 
BANK 
GRAVEL 




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Compliments of 



DYKEMEN'S PHARMACY 



FORREST CLEANERS 

566 Washington Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Free Delivery 



Washington Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Canton 6-0678 




TOWN OIL COMPANY 

Washington Street 
Canton 6-0280 



LINMAR 
MEN'S STORE 


ALTOMAC 
CORPORATION 


594 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 


863 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 

PRECISION MANUFACTURERS 
PRECISION PATENTEOMETER 


SMART SPORTSWEAR FOR / 
THE HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH ^ 


SERVO-MECHANISMS 


SERVO-WINDERS 




Canton. Massachusetts 




CANTON 
LUMBER AND SUPPLY^ 
Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 




ANTON VF.W. 
PO ^163 

V. F. W. POST 3163 

Pleasant Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 






That Special Someone? 

Visit 

THE CHATTERBOX 

Rockland Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
CAnton 6-1890 




For Better Furniture Buys 
Rush to 

CONNORS WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE CO., INC. 

Route 138 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



CONNIE'S 
PIONEER FOOD STORE 

586 Washington Street 
CAnton 6-0623 





[, INCORPORATED 



\) 



I Lottie Gora 
:T, BUILDER 
jnger Street 
>n 6-0628 



TV Sales and Service 


Compliments of 

SPEAR 


JOE MURPHY, INC. 


HARDWARE, INC. 


Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 

t f 9 


Complete Hardware 
and Housewares 


NEWSPAPERS 
RADIOS 


in 

Canton — Walpole 
Sharon — E. Walpole 


Compliments of 

PORTER PATENT 


Nutritious 
Dairy Products 


LEATHER CO. 


J. A. NUGENT 


Neponset Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 


46 Lawrence Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 





Good Plumbing Is Important 


CANTON 




OIL COMPANY 


E. M. DUGGAN 

Plumbing and Heating 


Washington Street 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 


Oil Burners 
CAnton 6-1 1 12 y 


COMPLIMENTS OF 




Lewis A. Schofield DBA 

SCHOFIELD'S, INC. 

Canton Branch 


TOitc 


Concrete Form Contractors 


PETER PIANA 


DEDHAM STREET 


AND SON 


CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
CAnton 6-1075 


Worldwide Telegraph Service 
Nursery and Landscaping Service 
211 NEPONSET STREET 

CAnton 6-0861 



4 1 " 




BILLY MILLS' MEAT MARKET 

"Quality and Prices to Tempt Every Purse' 
FOR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 
Call 

CAnton 6-7009 or CAnton 6-1950 



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FENTON 
THE FLORIST 

Florist Shop — Route 138, Canton 



GREENHOUSES: 
282 Pine St., Stoughton 
CAnton 6-1360 
Fleldbrook 4-391 1 



We, the members of the class of 
1957, wish to take this opportunity to 
express our deep thanks to the spon- 
sors, business patrons, and advertisers 
whose generosity and financial assist- 
ance have made this yearbook pos- 
sible. 





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